Brendon Traxler, founder of Atlantis Sea Colony (ASC) gives us an update in this episode of the podcast, recorded from our March 2023 Seasteading Social. Brendon explains their strategy for… Read More »Catching up with Brendon Traxler of ASC
Join our March 2023 Seasteading Social to talk with Brendon Traxler about his underwater habitats.
Listen and subscribe to the Seasteading Today podcast episode here. Carly Jackson: Hello seasteaders! Today, I’m happy to introduce Brendon Traxler, owner of Atlanta Sea Colony. So Brendon, will you… Read More »Ep 15 Transcript with Brendon Traxler of Atlantis Sea Colony
Episode 15 of the Seasteading Today podcast features Brendon Traxler, founder of Atlantis Sea Colony. He is building a prototype for an underwater habitat.
Join seasteading enthusiasts from around the world to learn about building underwater habitats. Once a month, we will host an online discussion on a topic related to seasteading.Seasteading is living… Read More »Underwater Living with Atlantis Sea Colony (Seasteading Social)
From the boy-in-a-bubble dept…
Australian scientist and undersea adventurer Lloyd Godson has for the past 10 days lived entirely underwater in a tiny house inside the Legoland Atlantis by Sea Life aquarium in Germany. Armed with a bicycle-powered generator, Lloyd declared on his LegoLand blog:
Poseidon Undersea Resorts’ website now has a nice flash ad intro and a lot of content. This US Submarines-led project is supposedly under construction in Fiji, although of course one never knows with this sort of project – such things are announced and take reservations far more often than they actually open. With a planned price of $30K/couple/week it is evidence for our belief that underwater is too expensive to be a good route to seasteading.